The graphic novel adaptation of Sasha Janowicz’ award winning play is now available in its entirety! The K-141 Kursk, Oscar-II class nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine and pride of a rejuvenated Russian Navy, has sunk in the Barents Sea. A frantic rescue effort begins to rescue 118 Brave souls.
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1882 – Esto es Texas. Nuestro héroe se imaginaba una vida conduciendo una diligencia, o tal vez trabajando en una tienda. Pero el destino le ha traído algo diferente…
Blaze of Glory is James A. Bretney’s latest work – the story of Mack, a veteran of two Iraq Wars. In issue #1A we see Mack’s Baptism by fire, and begin to learn about the toll of war. As a special preview, here is James A. Bretney’s afterword:
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The graphic novel adaptation of Sasha Janowicz’ award winning play continues! The K-141 Kursk, Oscar-II class nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine and pride of a rejuvenated Russian Navy, has sunk in the Barents Sea. A frantic rescue effort continues. Can the Russian Navy save its K-141 Kursk?
1882 – this is Texas. Our hero would have been content becoming a store clerk, but it looks like fate has something else in mind…
After a successful run with The Kursk 1 and 2, James A. Bretney has brought his next big story to Lucha Comics – Up The Trail. An old school, straight up Western, this is definitely for those that have had their fill of capes and zombies, but still need a bit of action in their comic book reading. With great art and an absolutely stunning cover, James and I have decided to make this available to our fans for only $.99! That’s right, the first chapter of Up The Trail is only $.99! There’s no reason not to go enjoy it right now!
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The Kursk by Sasha Janowicz is the graphic novel adaptation of The Kursk. K-141 Kursk was an Oscar-II class nuclear-powered cruise missle submarine of the Russian Navy, lost with all hands when it sank in the Barents Sea on 12 August 2000.
Andrea Montano combines her fearless expression in rendering The Kursk by Sasha Janowicz. She contrasts manga and anime with noir, German Expressionism and Chiaroscuro illustration in this macabre political thirller.
In 2010, Australia nominated Sasha Janowicz’s play for the Helpmann Awards for Performing Arts. Sasha won the 2007 Bell Award for Best New Play, and three Matilda Award – Best New Australian Play, Best Direction, and Best Independent Production.
Lucha Comics is proud to be able to bring this fantastic story to yet another powerful medium. Simply click below to purchase The Kursk #1 on your preferred platform:
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